Ronnie Mac Chestnut has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer at Hampton Vaughan Funeral Home since November 2015. He graduated from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1983 with a degree in mortuary science. Ronnie has served families in North Texas and the Texas Panhandle since 1981 with the utmost professionalism and compassion. If he is not at the funeral home, you can find Ronnie pastoring Tonk Valley Community Church of Graham, Texas, playing jazz and western swing on his tenor sax, fiddle, or upright bass or out riding his horse on the family ranch.
Nicole Lauriano is a licensed funeral director and embalmer and has been in the funeral service industry since 1994. She previously worked in forensics for several years with the New York medical examiner’s office assisting with death investigations and autopsy. It was also during this time that she began her own mortuary service. In 2016—after 16 years of managing this business—Nicole relocated to Texas. Her primary goal is to provide seamless, meaningful service that families will hold in their hearts forever.
Until the death of her certified therapy dog, she was a member of Therapy Dogs International and Finger Lakes Caring Canines and worked closely with hospice. Nicole is currently training her Labrador to become an asset in her new community.
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